Profile and Biography of Hoang Quy Phuoc, the Vietnamese Swimmer


Hoang Quy Phuoc, 18 years old and a winner of a huge number of gold silver and bronze for Vietnam at the Southeast Asian Games. He has recently qualified as one of the firsts for the Olympics 2012. To know more about her biography and profile, check this Hoang Quy Phuoc wiki article.

Hoang Quy Phuoc who was born in the year 1993, is a precocious swimming talent. The number of medals he has collected since he was just a kid proves the above fact.

The best way to define him would be by saying that he is a blooming new talent in the world of swimming. He has broken a number of national records and has been selected as the youngest swimmer to enter the Olympic 2012 games from Vietnam.

Profile and Biography of Hoang Quy Phuoc


  • Name: Hoang Quy Phuoc
  • Hoang Quy Phuoc Date of Birth: 24/03/1993
  • Hoang Quy Phuoc Birthplace: Vietnam
  • Hoang Quy Phuoc Residence: Vietnam
  • Hair Colour: Black
  • Eye Colour: Black
  • Height: 1.75m
  • Weight: 68kg
  • Hoang Quy Phuoc girlfriend: Not known.
  • Hoang Quy Phuoc Playing styles: freestyle and butterfly


Hoang Quy Phuoc Career Statistics


Rutendo started swimming at a very young age. With one gold medal, one silver medal and a brilliant record of breaking the SEA Games record, though Nguyen Huu is the top swimmer of Vietnam at present, critics say that Phuoc will soon break all records and make his name on the top.

Though Phuoc only won a Gold Medal his performance still caught the eyes of many. This year in 2011 Hoang Quy Phuoc, became the first swimmer from the central city of Da Nang to earn a ticket to the 2010 London Olympic Games after winning the men's Butterfly event in a clocking time of 53.56 seconds at the Malaysia Open Swimming Tournament.

This result, made Phuoc not only secure a gold medal but he also broke the Vietnamese national record as well as exceeding the International Olympic Committee B Criterion of 54.19 seconds. He also got the green card for participating in the World Swimming Championships which is to be held in july in China, together with his team mates Vo Thai Nguyen and Pham Thanh Nguyen.
He is considered an icon in Vietnamese sport, a miracle of the lord for young talents are quite lacking in Vietnam.

This 18 year swimmer has a number of nicknames because of various reasons. He is called "My Khe Otter" or "Han River Superman" since he joined national tournaments in the year 2008. At that time he was a 1.78m tall boy with an arm length of 1m93cm; thus was seen as a very promising talent.

Phuoc's house not being far from the beach, he was quite used to swimming in the Ocean waves from his very childhood itself. However it was only in 2004 that Phuoc turned professional and was discovered by Hoang Quy Phuoc Coach Phan Van Toai, head of the Swimming Department of the Da Nang Sports Training centre.

He made great progress under his coach and in May 2006 was selectd for the national youth swimming team and just a year later in 2007 he became a member of the national team. Phuoc won two golds, three silvers and two bronze medals at the Southeast Asian Youth Age Group Championships. He also won eight more golds in the Southeast asian Clubs Championships. At the national diving and swimming competition Phuoc became the youngest swimmer to break a national record even competing with swimmers senior to him.

Gradually Phuoc proved to be a great hope for the Vietnamese swimming clubs. At the 6th National Sports Games in 2010, Phuoc won nine gold medals with six individual golds, broke nine national records in the 25m pool and then won 13 gold medals and 13 national records in the 50m pool.

With so much dedication and determination, Phuoc is likely to become a great swimmer for Vietnam and we hope that he will fare really well in the Olympic, 2012.

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